Promotional film for a series of books published by Paper Division of Champion Papers Inc., describing how images in film are graphically translated and vibrantly reproduced on their paper. This particular book and film, Imagination 10, showcases the beauty and design of trains and attempts to capture the experience of traveling by train, describing the landscapes and city lights blurring by like moving paintings. A variety of trains are shown from every possible angle and exterior detail, with... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Chicago, Railroads, Transportation, Sponsored Films, Advertsing, 1960s
The now-defunct US Government Agency "Office of the Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs" hired Walt Disney Studios to create a series of films for developing countries, "Health For The Americas." In "Planning for Good Eating" a family learns about good nutrition. As always, any error or typo is mine and if you enjoy my uploads or if you intend to make $ or otherwise profit from these files, please consider making a donation to a veteran's charity of your choice... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: World War, 1939-1945, Health For The Americas, World War II, Public Hygiene, WWII, 1945, Public...
Using kids' own arguments (both pros and cons), film presents overwhelming evidence that vandalism is dumb. Shows that graffiti-type vandalism costs over $20,000,000 a year. To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film purposes, contact A/V Geeks LLC. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: graffiti, vandalism
An old-timey set-up & projection techniques film, set in a school classroom. This film teaches the young projectionist how to put on a good show, and not trip over the cord while doing so. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: projector, 16mm, Bell & Howell
These are most of the surviving Blooper reels produced by The Warner Club an organisation comprising Warner Bros Stars and Crew. These reels were produced most years and shown at their annual dinner to poke fun at the mistakes that had been made during that year's productions. Some of the people who appear Eddie Acuff, Eddie Albert, Mary Astor, Ralph Bellamy, Humphrey Bogart, Walter Brennan, George Brent, Sheila Bromley, James Cagney, Claudette Colbert, Walter Connolly, Gary Cooper, Bette... ( 11 reviews ) Topics: Bloopers, Gag Reel, Warner Bros, Stars
This outrageous parody of the prototype 'commercial' family was apparently made as an in-house joke by one of the largest producers of television commercials. Their clients would have never seen this gem, which parodies products as well as the people that buy them. ( 15 reviews ) Topics: parody, advertisement, asian
Here is our thesis animation completed at RIT. It is the story of an impetuous Chinese monk who finds he has a thing or two to learn from an unlikely source. The animation is rendered in a brushpainted style reminiscient of old Te Wei films. Enjoy! ( 16 reviews ) Topics: praying, mantis, martial, arts, china, chinese, monk, brush, animation, patience